Interdisciplinary Studies Minor

For information, contact the Western Program, 111 Peabody Hall, 513-529-2233.

The minor in Interdisciplinary Studies is available to students in all majors and is designed to broaden their professional opportunities. It strengthens problem-solving skills, and develops valuable interdisciplinary perspectives on contemporary issues. Courses explore diverse subjects but share a strong interdisciplinary theme. Students learn to integrate knowledge from a range of different disciplines and gain proficiency in developing their own interdisciplinary inquiries in areas of intellectual and social relevance.

Program requirements

(18 semester hours)

WST 201Self and Place3
WST 231Interdisciplinary Inquiry3
WST 301Interdisciplinary Problems and Questions3
WST 321Developing Interdisciplinary Projects: Exploring Ways of Knowing3
or WST 322 Developing Interdisciplinary Projects: Art and Politics of Representation
WST 341Interdisciplinary Synthesis and Action3
Select a 300-level or 400-level course from another interdisciplinary program 13
Total Credit Hours18

 To be agreed upon with Western CDA